October 15, 20161st2ndFinal
Sewanee011
Newberry022
Scoring
SEWANE~139:09Hannah Tompkins
NBY63:30Kristyna Oyola (Kayla Cooke )
NBY65:53Kristyna Oyola (Brady Keeler )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
SEWANE~1Katya Waters70:0029
NBYAllison Davis70:0010
Stats at a GlanceSEWANE~1NBY
Shots (on Goal)2 (1) 16 (11)
Saves90
Offsides00
Corner Kicks119
Fouls00
Oyola Leads Late Comeback Against Sewanee


Oyola Leads Late Comeback Against Sewanee
Saturday, October 15, 2016 | by Bryan Eckelberg, Athletic Communications Assistant

NEWBERRYKristyna Oyola scored two goals late in the second period to give the Newberry College field hockey team a 2-1 comeback non-conference victory over Sewanee Saturday afternoon at Setzler Field. With the win, Newberry set a school record for most wins in a season.

Newberry moves to 5-7 and Sewanee drops to 4-8. The previous record for wins in a season was four set in the 2013 season.

“Getting five wins in a season is very exciting for the program, and with four of those wins coming in October, I think it really I think it really is a reflection of all the work these athletes have put in since August to establish a new culture here,” remarked head coach Anne Kietzman.

Sewanee scored early in the second half to lead 1-0. With nearly seven minutes remaining, Oyola tied the game after she received a lead pass from Kayla Cooke. It was Cooke’s first assist of the season as Oyola buried the shot in the back of the net.

Just mere minutes later, Oyola scored her fourth goal of the season on a feed from the right side by Brady Keeler to give Newberry the 2-1 non-conference victory.

“I was happy with our ability to come from behind and execute under pressure today. We got out to a slow start but we were able to refocus and find that second gear. We had a lot of players step up this weekend in a really big way and it was so awesome to see how truly deep our roster is, especially as we head into the final part of our season,” said Kietzman.

The Wolves dominated the pace of play and the shot count, 16-2. Newberry had a 11 shots on goal as a team and took a season-high 19 corners.

Caitlyn Warren led Newberry with a game-high five shots, four of which were on goal. Warren also had a shot that hit the post in the first half.

Allison Davis notched her first win of the season in goal and earned a shutout. Kayla Waters posted nine saves for the Tigers. Hannah Tompkins took both shots for Sewanee.

Newberry will play its final non-conference game of the season next Wednesday. The Wolves will travel to Queens University of Charlotte (5-5) for a 4 p.m. match.